In an episode of a TV collection which was aired in 2017, which by the way in which has nothing to do with visiting eating places and would not clarify this in any method, they’re in Hong Kong and discover this restaurant referred to as “London Restaurant” (see first screenshot) in English letters.
Nonetheless, getting into the restaurant (which oddly requires an elevator to get to contained in the constructing), it seems nothing like something I’d name “London” or “British”; it is obtained tons of individuals (all Asians, which is hardly shocking) and many noise and stress with “waitresses” pulling and pushing round giant metallic containers on wheels (containing meals). There’s quite a few tables, vibrant lighting and the ambiance actually has nothing to do with London or an English/British atmosphere in any respect from what I can inform. (See the 2 extra screenshots.)
Why does this restaurant have “London” in its title? Does it even try to appear like one thing they’ve seen in London? I am not a London professional, so possibly I am all improper and that is certainly a kind of restaurant that they discovered environment friendly and have copied to Hong Kong?